Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Wednesday, October 21, 2009: Jillian Tamaki at Drawger

The genre of mystery
hinges on resolvability,

on whether the clues
presented to you

add up to a culprit,
or at least enlightenment.

The genre answers
the reader's need

for objects, people
to be clues, to be

crucial to the plot,
mostly in hindsight.

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